With the help of Simon Fraser University linguist, Paul McFetridge: These are unrelated languages, so the repetition of a sequence of sounds is coincidental.
There are a finite number of speech sounds and a finite number of ways of arranging them. With approximately 6000 languages in existence, it isn't surprising to find coincidences like these. The rules of probability and randomness make the same patterns recur in different languages.
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